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Removing Harmful Psychic Hooks Like A Chakra Ninja! by Melissa Di RainbowStar

Opening and Expanding






 (This part say in between each chakra cleanse as you fill your chakra up with its colour to heal the space left by the cord)
















If you want your energy to exert its full effect then you need to cleanse your chakra system on a regular basis by untangling these energy draining hooks. First loosen yourself into a calm and relaxed state and then shield yourself psychically. Now start looking at the chakras, one by one, and see if you can discover any hooks. With a little practice you will know they are there by sensing them.

If you wish to remove the energy draining hooks, imagine that you are gently unplugging them. After you have removed all the hooks, fill your chakras with light so they won’t be left empty. See the light, in your mind’s eye, filling the hollowness of each chakra.

If going through all the chakras at the same time is tiring, you can do the first few in one sitting and then concentrate on the remaining few later. You can either leave the chakras open, closed or in phases between the two states.

Simply visualizing them in the position you wish, open or closed, does this. After clearing the first three chakras of all hooks, it is a good idea to close the lower three chakras (you will feel more grounded that way) and leave the upper ones open in readiness to clear them later on.


The first main chakra is called the muladhara chakra and its name means ‘root’. It is found at the base of the spine, the bit you sit on. The paths of energy in this chakra extend downward like a root through the legs and feet to contact the solid earth below. Presence of hooks in this chakra may indicate a person is depending on you for their survival.

Svadhhisthana chakra, the second chakra situated in the abdominal area below the navel and is connected to inspiration and proliferation, controls the sensitive and physical sides of our existence. A hook blasted in to this chakra denotes the person is interested or sexually drawn towards you. You can remove this hook if you are not interested in the person.

Manipura, the third chakra, means ‘lustrous gem’ and is present in the solar plexus area and also includes the digestive system as well as the navel area. This chakra relates to strength, confidence and vivacity. It also houses the intellectual side of you and a hook fired in to this chakra infers that someone is eyeing your energy reserve and can drain you completely even to the extent of giving you an ache in the stomach.

The fourth chakra is called the anahata chakra (heart centre) and lies between the shoulder blades, slightly higher than the physical heart. This chakra represents higher emotions, such as love, tenderness, and compassion. Any hook discharged to this location could mean that someone loves and cares for you. Hooks here aren’t as draining as in other places, but you may want to remove them so that your own energy is clear.

The fifth chakra, the vishuddha chakra, is present in the throat area and, not surprisingly, is for communication. A hook to be found in this chakra indicates that someone wants to communicate something to you, but this may cause a sore throat so it is better to do the communication directly in a verbal manner.

The sixth chakra is called the ajna chakra – located directly in ones brow, between the eyebrows on the forehead. This centre is commonly called the brow chakra or even more commonly the ‘third eye’ chakra. As the third eye opens, one is able to access their intuition at a much higher level. Any hooks found here indicate that someone is thinking strongly of you, perhaps wondering what you think of them. Hooks here could cause headaches.

The final main chakra is the sahasrara chakra, the seventh chakra. This chakra connects us to the divine. It has been called the ‘thousand petaled lotus’ by many. The seventh centre is located at the top of the head, where the soft spot is located on a baby. It is from this centre that we are connected to our souls, and all souls, through the rainbow bridge. Hooks here could mean that someone is trying to control you and you should get rid of them.


1. Sound healing starts with the deepest sound you can make, UH. This is to be done with eyes closed and attention concentrated on the base chakra of your spinal base. With this sound, you have to note the sound resonance in the body in the chakra, and not from your throat. This chakra sound can be visualized with red color and should be said for a minute or two.

2. The next chakra sound has to come from the second chakra found three inches below the naval. You have to chant OOO while complimenting the chakra sound with orange. You have to chant with eyes closed to experience the balancing of the chakra with other chakras for one or two minutes.

3. The third chakra sound “OH has to come from the navel chakra, found at the navel area. The color for complimenting visualization here is yellow. This chakra sound has to start very softly and gently, but higher than the last sound.

4. AH is the sound people cry out when in love, and is also the chakra sound for the heart chakra. This chakra is located in the middle of the chest, and is related to love. It is associated with the color green and has to be started with a soft and gentle sound that has a higher pitch than the previous chakra sound.

5. EYE is the chakra sound for the throat chakra that can be complimented with blue. This chakra sound too has to be higher in pitch than the previous sounds.

6. In between the forehead and slightly above the two eyes is the chakra sound belonging to the third eye. This chakra sound is AYE and is complimented with indigo color. This chakra sound starts with a soft and gentle tone which is however of a higher pitch than the previous sounds.

7. The crown chakra, found at the top of the head, demands the highest sound you can make. This chakra sound is EEE and is complemented with purple and starts by making the highest EEE sound possible. Like other chakra sounds, this chakra sound also starts soft and gentle.

All the chakra sounds have to be said with eyes closed and attention focused on the respective chakras. With the focus on the chakra, the chakra sound starts projecting from the chakra and with the resonance of the sound chakras, you find each chakra balancing and aligning with the other chakras.


To open the base or root chakra of the Muladhar which stands for group identity, perform the mudra of joining the tips of your thumb and index finger and chant the Sanskrit word ‘LAM’. Remember that the pronunciation of ‘A’ should be ‘Ah’ and sound the ending ‘M’ with ‘Mng’ or a slightly vibrating sound. Think about the location of the chakra between your genitals and anus visualizing its red lotus with four petals symbol.

An orange lotus with six petals is the Swadhisthana Chakra located in the sacrum. Opening this chakra calls for sitting and placing both your hands on your lap palms up. Remember to put the right hand on top of the left with the tips of the thumbs touching. Slowly breath in, concentrate on the sacral region and chant the sound ‘VAM’.

The Soar Plexus or the Manipura chakra is symbolized by a yellow lotus with ten petals. To open this chakra for improving personal power, bring both your hands in front of your stomach, just below your solar plexus joining the tips of each of your fingers excepting the thumb and then cross the thumbs over one another. Remember to keep your fingers straight which are pointing away from you and then chant the sound ‘RAM’.

The fourth and the central Anahata Chakra is symbolized by a green lotus with 12 petals and is said to be the central power house of the chakra system. To open the Anahata Chakra, start by sitting cross-legged and then place your left hand on your left knee. Now with your right hand, join the tips of your thumb and index finger, and place it on your chest, at the lower part of your breast bone pointing inwards. Concentrate on the heart chakra and its symbol and chant the sound ‘YAM’.

To open the blue lotus with 16 petals of the Vishuddha or the throat chakra, join the tips of your thumbs and cross your fingers on the inside of your hands. Concentrate on the throat chakra resonating at the base of your throat and chant the sound ‘HAM’.

The Ajna Chakra is located between the eyebrows and is known as the Third Eye Chakra symbolized with an indigo lotus with two petals. Opening this chakra is all about advancing on the spiritual path through advanced meditation. Bring both your hands in front at a level just below the breast bone. Now, join the tips of both of your middle fingers pointing them upwards while bending all other fingers inside, the phalanges of your index fingers touching each other. Now join the tips of your thumbs as well and point them downwards. After the mudra is achieved, chant the most powerful word in the universe of ‘AUM’ or ‘OM’.

Lastly, to open the Sahasrara Chakra, which is a violet Lotus with a thousand petals of the ultimate spiritual enlightenment, bring your hands in front of your stomach and join your hands crossing all fingers with the left thumb below the right. Now, lift both the ring fingers and let them join at the tips pointing upwards. Remember that one needs to have very strong base chakra before trying to open this one. Concentrate on the chakra at the crown of your head and chant the sound of creation ‘NG’ and let it vibrate and resonate all across your chakra system and being.

Remember to bring all this information together when in the meditation. It helps if you record yourself saying the things first and then listen to it with your eyes closed



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Thank-You from More Than Me

Thanks to the efforts of every single person combined, More Than Me won the NBC Giving Awards on Friday night and won the grand prize of a million dollars which is going to helping more than a thousand young girls in Liberia get off of the streets, out of the slums and into schools where they will have the tools to make their dreams come true.

Dare to DREAM

To all of you who read my More Than Me posts, who voted and who shared them, for everyone who invested their energy into helping us win. Thank you. We all came together, thousands and thousands of us came together and really made it about more than any of us and that will go a long long way.

And the winner is… More Than Me! (photo c/o Frederick M. Brown, Getty Images All Rights Reserved)

Isn’t it amazing how much we can achieve when we all come together?

Now what else can we achieve? What else is possible?

Sending an abundance of love and light out to you all.



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Lies, Truths, Untruths and Knowing the Difference…

Ask yourself a few questions:

How many lies have you bought into?

How many untruths have you taken on as your own?

What have you said you can’t do because of something you believe to be true?

What have you not done because of something you fear?

What are you looking outside of yourself to fix?

I’ve come to shed another layer of myself recently and a lot of it was to do with the lies I’d bought into over the years. Mainly the lies wrapped around my idea of family and who I was to my family. I’ve been told I’ve got issues and baggage and to be frank according to those I chose to be around, rather fucked up.

Now first of all, that’s an interesting point of view. Second, that says as much about those saying it as it does me. Third and most importantly, if I chose to take that on as truth, as my truth then what opportunities or possibilities was I allowing to pass by because I was choosing to be as f’ed up as people said I was…

Think about it.

I’ll ask again.

What lies or untruths have you taken on as your own? There are tons out there. There are millions of points of view and judgments that we can take on as our truth and this is exactly what prevents us from stepping into our true, authentic, beautiful, limitless selves!

Who have you identified as because of lies you’ve bought into? What are you not doing that is true to you?

We can start to let go of these untruths by looking at everything as an interesting point of view. Everything is an interesting point of view. Your views, everyone elses, it’s all an interesting point of view.

Everything is the opposite of what it appears to be – something to remember…

Remember the difference between what is light and what is heavy… The more you tap into that the more awareness will grow from it. If something is true for you it will feel light, if it is not true for you it will feel heavy and cause your energy (in and/or around you) to react in some way (keep in mind it is different for everyone). You can ask this all the time, I find that using this tool exercises your knowing and your awareness. Just feel the energy of the situation and see if that energy feels light or heavy.

Never ever ever question your knowing. Now I don’t mean what your ego thinks it knows, I mean what your awareness knows. You know those things you just know? Some refer to it as a gut feeling, others say it is being intuitive. Whatever it is, those times you just know something? Don’t question it. Actually I would even go to the extent of saying that it’s in your best interest to listen to and use your awareness.

Remember that everything you see in others is a reflection of yourself or an aspect of your own consciousness… There will be days when I see lots of beautiful people, there will be days where I see lots of angry people… Either way, those I see are just reflections of me… It’s a lot more difficult to judge people when you look at everyone and everything as being a part of you.

So, what lies or untruths have you taken on as your own, and more importantly, what lies and untruths are you willing to let go of right now?


More Than Me

More Than Me, an education and girls’ empowerment non-profit is gaining notoriety
through its guerrilla-style marketing, inspiring hundreds of people to write “I am Abigail” on
their foreheads and posting the photos on Facebook.

This really begs the question, “Who the heck is Abigail?”

Abigail was an orphan in West Point, Liberia. You may have read her letter in a previous
article here on the Huffington Post. At six, she was left with prostitutes. She learned to
work the streets in order to get access to drinking water and food. Education was not an

Then Abigail met Katie Meyler, the founder of More Than Me, an organization dedicated
to getting girls off the streets and into schools. Katie and Abigail became fast friends, and
More Than Me has raised the money to put Abigail through school. She is learning to
bake, and aspires to one day be a Senator, so she can, in turn, help other girls like her.

So, why are all these people also “Abigail”?

Abigail could be you. Abigail could be your sister, your niece, your student, or your
neighbor. Remember, we live in a global community; there is no “me” without “we”, Abigail
is because you are, and you are because Abigail is.

Join the community. When you’ve done that, help the community grow by spreading our
story. And most of all, get inspired.

Take 15 seconds (yes, just 15 seconds) to make the lives of these girls a bit better by
doing two very simple and extremely meaningful things: VOTE NOW through Dec. 4 for
Abigail and girls like her at voteabigail.org and… then share it with others. (Maybe even by
making your OWN “I am Abigail” picture!)